If you hear an archaeologist talk about site etiquette, it means following guidelines that respect fragile archaeological sites and save the past for the future.
For more information, visit the Society for American Archaeology!
Image reads: Be careful where you walk at an archaeological site. Stepping, leaning, sitting, or climbing on structures could damage them. Pay close attention to signs and paths in parks or heritage areas. Learn more by contacting your State Historic Preservation Office or the Society for American Archaeology.